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Happy Jack, SASS #20451

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About Happy Jack, SASS #20451

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    20451 L Regulator
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    White Canyon, UT
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    shooting sports

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  1. Yul, when we first setup our site 25 years ago I went with Lister Petter diesel generators. The only problem with them is as you noted. They have problems starting in cold weather. Super efficient but a bit noisy. The reason we replaced then 2-3 years ago is they are now bankrupt, no replacement parts are available and the original design engines no longer meet US pollution standards. Replaced the units with Perkins. I agree nothing in the world was as good as the old Listers. Too bad they are gone.
  2. I would recommend a Kohler over a Generac any day. If it will only run on rare occasions Generac is OK, but they run at 3600rpm. You want A 1800rpm unit if possible. I think Kohler makes one. I only use 20-30Kw diesels but I am totally off the grid with solar and generator backup.
  3. NO, Attendance was too low to pay for the facilities at the later ones. They tried a couple further East but the attendance there was lower than at Las Vegas. Finally stoped them due to loosing money.
  4. Rambler, I believe it was in either Shooting Sports Retailer or Tactical Retailer. (magazines limited to the trade) Was NOT in an NRA Publication.
  5. Saw in one of my firearm newsletters that Weatherby just cut the price of factory ammo in half. Not sure when that will trickle doown to retail stores but you might contact Weatherby direct. Those older rifles were GREAT.
  6. I hate problems !! So Copper Queen and I bought a 1 year old used Airstream 18 years ago. Seller traded it in. 28ft. wanted a 30ft. Still as good as new. You get what you pay for. It has 15" wheels and the ONLY good quality 15" trailer tires are the Goodyear Enduro. Made right here in the US. (came with them from the factory) I have replaced them twice just because of age. Other than that only a slight leak around the skylight. Store it outside year round. Just keep the heat on at 40 in the winter.
  7. Almost all my punches are from Starrett or Snalp On. However I have a set of the "replaceable pin" punches from Brownells. Not as sturdy as the fixed steel ones, but you can get short pins for them that are great for starting small pins. Long tiny diameter pin punches from the best companies bend easily and the short Brownells replaceable pins solve that problem.
  8. I don't know about the auto phone programming stuff, but CREE corporation makes high end LED stuff that lasts for years in the worst environments. They supply almost ALL the street lights for cities on the Coasts. Also make some lighter duty stuff. Contact a store that does industrial lighting. They can get the CREE stuff.
  9. I think it is time to put the hummingbird feeder away. Got a trace over here close to Bullfrog Marina on the lake.
  10. Contact Boggus Deal. He can fix you up. NM State CAS match is going on this weekend so you might need to contact someone you know and have them get in touch with him. He has parts and does pretty good 1911 work.
  11. Nine mile canyon is just South of Price,UT. Most famous for the numerous Native American petroglyphs.
  12. In the traditional category replacement larger fixed sights are allowed. At the moment only 2 non-manufacturer supplied replacement sights are listed as legal. WBAS targets are smaller and further out than CAs targets. Even with larger sights and adjustable ones on the modern category pistols only 1 person has ever shot WBAS clean at EOR. It's a shooting match. Come and have fun. No silly target engagements, just good fun shooting.
  13. + 1000 Kate did a wonderful job. Too bad it is over. I will never look at the Scholarship fund the same way again.
  14. I ave pulled hundreds of lead LARGE(38, 40, 45) rifle bullets with a Hornady cam lock puller. For little short pistol bullets I have only had good luck with a hammer type. Using the same RCBS one for years.
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